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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    December, 1992
    Brazil

    This Law, consisting of 31 articles divided into five Chapters, creates the Institute of Land and Colonization of Roraima (ITERAIMA) as an entity linked to the State Secretariat of Agriculture and Supply. ITERAIMA aims to the standardization of State public urban and rural lands.

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    July, 2001
    Brazil

    This Law is composed of 58 articles divided in five Chapters. It regulates the use of urban property with the view of granting the public interest, the well being of the population and environmental equilibrium. According to the Law, urban policy aims at planning the full development of all municipal social and property functions. To this end, the law provides general guidelines, defines competences and functions between the Federal, State and Municipal levels. Moreover, it defines urban policy instruments, regulates the master plans, and urban management democratic structures.

  3. Library Resource
    Regulations
    May, 2016
    Brazil

    This Decree, consisting of 4 Chapters, regulates the selection process for the families beneficiary of the National Agrarian Reform. This Decree specifies the following issues: the selection of families candidates for being beneficiaries of the National Agrarian Reform Programme - PNRA, the verification of the beneficiary's conditions for staying in the Programme and the illegal occupation of the settlement projects, the provisional and definitive titling of the granted plots and the allocation of the remaining areas belonging to the land reform settlement projects.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    June, 2007
    Brazil

    This Law, consisting of 43 articles divided into five Chapters, creates the Ecological and Economic Zone of the State of Acre.

  5. Library Resource
    Regulations
    March, 2017
    Timor-Leste

    This Ministerial Order, consisting of 4 articles and eleven Annexes (I-A to I-M), establishes the formal Recognition of Traditional Sucos and Indigenous Villages existing in the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste. The Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste recognizes the existence of 451 Sucos and 2,233 Villages, whose designation and location in the national territory is included in Annex I-A to Annex I-M to this Ministerial Order. Annexes specify Administrative Areas; Sucos and related Villages.

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    December, 1984
    Brazil

    This Law, consisting of 22 articles, provides for agricultural soil preservation within the State of Paraná. The agricultural land is a National Patrimony and, consequently, it is under the responsibility of the State, the rightful owners, the temporary occupants and the community to preserve it, exercising in it the right of ownership or temporary possession with the limitations established in this agricultural land code of use. The use of agricultural land will only be allowed through land use planning, according to its capacity through the use of appropriate technology.

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    August, 2017
    Portugal

    This Law, consisting of 34 articles divided into four Chapters, creates a simplified cadastral information system. It adopts measures for the immediate identification of the land structure and the ownership of the rural and mixed lands. In addition, it creates: a) Geo-referenced graphical representation procedure; b) Special procedure of registration of rural and mixed lands omitted; c) Procedure of identification and registration of a land with no owner. The land has a unique identifier, called the land identification number (NIP).

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    August, 2017
    Portugal

    This Law, consisting of 58 articles divided into four Chapters, provides for the regime of use of uncultivated lands and other community productive lands owned and managed by local communities integrated in the cooperative and social sector as means of production. It specifies the requirements to be satisfied for exploiting these lands, and establishes the conditions for land expropriation, use, etc. It lays down duties, competencies and composition of national administration responsible for the management of the above mentioned lands.

  9. Library Resource
    Regulations
    May, 2017
    Brazil

    This Decree, consisting of 14 articles, regulates item V of the caput of art. 17 of Law 8,629 of 25 February 1993, providing for the settlement credits within the agrarian reform programme. It is incumbent upon the National Institute of Colonization and Agrarian Reform - INCRA to grant the concession of the settlement credits provided for in this Decree. The concession of the settlement credits will be issued by a federal financial institution contracted by INCRA for this purpose, with no bidding.

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